Cebrian's fluency in English, Spanish, French and Italian opens doors to roles in Europe and the U.S., says Anne Thomopoulos, executive producer of Canal Plus' "Borgia," in which Cebrian has a…
Showtime's summer TCA session kicked into gear with a “Dexter”-themed lunch at the Beverly Hilton Tuesday, but not without a heavy dose of “The Borgias” flying overhead. Protesters stood outside the…
Showtime has opted not to go forward on period drama “The Borgias,” announcing Wednesday that the show's June 16 season-ender will be its final episode. The show, which chronicled the infamous…
PARIS -- Tom Fontana's Renaissance-set drama series "Borgia" has been greenlit for a second season of 12 hourlongs, budgeted at €30 million ($39.7 million) -- $6.6 million more than the first season.
Tom Fontana's edgy costume drama "Borgia" beat all-time record ratings on Gaul's Canal Plus when the first two episodes bowed in primetime on Monday.
Netflix has picked up rights for the North American premiere of Tom Fontana's 12-part TV series "Borgia."
U.S. home entertainment giant Netflix is in negotiations to acquire U.S. rights to the 12-seg TV series "Borgia," show-run by Tom Fontana ("Oz," "The Philanthropist").
Tom Fontana's period crime drama "Borgia" has been acquired for Spain (Cosmopolitan TV), Russia (Domashniy), Poland (Canal Plus), Israel (DBS), Benelux (Dutch Filmworks) and Norway (TV2).
Showtime show offers little reason to send up celebratory plumes of white smoke.
Prague's storied Barrandov studios, perhaps because of its scale and long history of film credits, aren't usually thought of in connection with the smallscreen.
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